February 29, 2020

NEW Raspberry Pi Zero – $5 Computer!

Since 2012 the Raspberry Pi Foundation have been committed to producing a variety of fruity single board computers in order to promote computer literacy worldwide. Almost 4 years on and 7 million boards later, the latest slice of Pi has just been served.

Meet the Raspberry Pi Zero. A full computer available to buy for only £4 ($5). It features a 1GHz CPU, 512MB of RAM, mini HDMI and brand new slender form factor. Watch my review for more information and a complete look at this revolutionary new device!


Buy your own Raspberry Pi Zero for just £4 here: http://thepihut.com/products/raspberry-pi-zero

Or buy the new Zero with the latest bumper addition of the OFFICIAL Raspberry Pi Magazine, the MagPi: https://www.raspberrypi.org/magpi/

Learn more about the Raspberry Pi Zero in the official release blog: https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/raspberry-pi-zero

Fancy getting yourself a kit with some of the helpful adaptors? I recommend the Pi Hut’s “Zero Essentials” bundle, you even get a lovely carry tin. All for just £10: http://thepihut.com/products/raspberry-pi-zero-essential-kit

Thanks for watching! What do you think of the Raspberry Pi Zero? Let me know in the comments. Don’t forget to like, subscribe and share!

The Raspberry Pi Guy




“Pharmacokinetik” by BINÆRPILOT. Licensed under CC BY-ND-NC 1.0: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd-nc/1.0/ Listen here: http://binaerpilot.no/release-remember_c64.html

“Essentials Zero Kit” photo by Alex Eames, RasPi.TV



27 thoughts on “NEW Raspberry Pi Zero – $5 Computer!

  1. i wait zero2. it will be sure 5bucks. it will be 40% faster than rpi2. after millions buy it then will come rpi4 that will be 39bucks and be 40& faster than rpi3. ofc after they sold all last batch with sales gogo buy everyone 🙂

  2. funny that (the £4 $5 thing made me think of) pi 3 is $35 so usualy around £28 £33 but after we voted leave now pi 3 is £39 £58 with noobs but still im getin a pi display pi 3 and im gonna love it

  3. Two drawbacks – does not has USB Hub and no WIfi. Both can be addressed using HubPiWi – a project at kickstarter. An Add on board that requires no cable or connector and extends three USB ports and a Wifi.

  4. Out of desperation, I stuck my wifi k/board/mouse into the USB out adapter, and it worked right off the bat. I installed NOOBS with Raspian. So I had both keyboard and mouse from the get-go. My mouse is a little shaky, but still functional. I am waiting for my powered USB hub and ethernet dongle.

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